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  • Why Footbinding Persisted in China for a Millennium History

    Once a foot had been crushed and bound, the shape could not be reversed without a woman undergoing the same pain all over again. ***. As the practice of footbinding makes brutally clear, social forces in China then subjugated women. And the impact can be appreciated by considering three of China's greatest  


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  • Stossel: China's FreedomCrushing 'Social Credit Score' YouTube

    Mar 20, 2018 China's government has announced that they'll assign a mandatory government "social credit score." Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://


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  • China's crushing of independent lawyers is a blow to rule of law

    Jun 17, 2017 SHORTLY after he took over as China's leader in 2012, Xi Jinping had some encouraging words—at least, so they seemed to some of China's eternally beleaguered liberals. It was essential, said Mr Xi, "to ensure that all citizens are equal before the law, to respect and guarantee human rights, and to 


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  • Trump Picks Up Baton From Obama in Crushing China Steel Imports

    Nov 27, 2017 If there's one thing Donald Trump and Barack Obama have in common, it's their ability to crush oncesoaring Chinese steel imports. Imports of the metal from China totaled 52,590 metric tons in October, holding near the lowest level since February 2011, according to U.S. Census Bureau data. The volume 


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  • Translation of "crush" EnglishMandarin Chinese dictionary

    crush translate:, ;;, (), ;,, ;,, ;,, (),,,, . Learn more in the Cambridge EnglishChinese simplified Dictionary.


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  • Crushing warning not to split China The Standard

    Mar 21, 2018 President Xi Jinping warns that Beijing has enough power to crush attempts to split the country. He also urges Hong Kong to reinforce patriotism among its people. In his 30minute speech marking the closure of the 13th National People's Congress first session, the president said Beijing will make Hong 


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  • LDC adds to soybean crushing capacity in China Feed Navigator

    5 days ago In the 2000s, noted the publiion, foreign multinational companies controlled 70% of China's crushing industry. In 2007, a new law was enacted to limit foreign companies' operations and control of the crushing industry, in order to support the domestic crushing industry. Today, Chinese firms control 60% 


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  • Crushing Block Heel Booties Chinese Laundry

    Be casual & confident with the Crushing block heel boots. Featuring a side zip closure and round toe, this pair instantly makes a statement! Chinese Laundry.


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  • Chinese children crush Americans in math thanks Business Insider

    Sep 7, 2017 In "Little Soldiers," Lenora Chu writes that Chinese students outperform Americans in math thanks to a "growth mindset" about academics.


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  • Most Chinese Say Their Military Can Crush America in Battle The

    Mar 13, 2015 The vast majority of Chinese citizens believe the People's Liberation Army (PLA) could seize islands in the East and South China Seas, even if the U.S. military were to intervene in the conflicts. No less than 87 percent of respondents said that the Chinese military already possessed the capability to take 


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  • China is letting the yuan crush the dollar CNBC.com

    Feb 22, 2018 The Chinese yuan is hovering around twoyear highs against the dollar as Beijing props the currency up to appease Trump.


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  • Translation of "crush" EnglishMandarin Chinese dictionary

    crush translate:, ;;, (), ;,, ;,, ;,, (),,,, . Learn more in the Cambridge EnglishChinese simplified Dictionary.


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  • Crush fetish Wikipedia

    Although not illegal under Chinese animal cruelty laws, in 2006, WangJue (simplified Chinese: traditional Chinese: pinyin: WángJué), a Chinese nurse appearing in an Internet crush video stomping a helpless kitten posted an apology on the Luobei city government official website.


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  • Beijing tank tracks crushed students dead World news The Guardian

    Jun 2, 1999 Pressure is being exerted on China to tell the truth about the Beijing massacre 10 years ago as grim new evidence emerges of the slaughter of innocent victims who were in and around Tiananmen square.


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  • Chinese Laundry Crushing Boot at Zappos.com

    Nov 26, 2017 Crushing Boot by Chinese Laundry at Zappos.com. Read Chinese Laundry Crushing Boot product reviews, or select the size, width, and color of your choice.


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  • History of Soybean Crushing: Soy Oil and Soybean Meal Part 3

    Between 1970 and 1981 China's oilseed crush increased from 3.09 million tonnes to 12.00 million tonnes, almost fourfold. The top four oilseeds crushed in 1981 were cottonseed (3.69 million tonnes), soybeans (3.40), rapeseed (2.15), and peanuts (1.80), however 1982 projections showed the rapeseed crush leaping to 


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  • LDC adds to soybean crushing capacity in China Feed Navigator

    5 days ago In the 2000s, noted the publiion, foreign multinational companies controlled 70% of China's crushing industry. In 2007, a new law was enacted to limit foreign companies' operations and control of the crushing industry, in order to support the domestic crushing industry. Today, Chinese firms control 60% 


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  • Why China Crushed Bitcoin Forbes

    Sep 9, 2017 Bitcoin's buzz is gone, for now. It was crushed by the heavyhanded intervention of the Chinese government, which is cooling off investor enthusiasm for the digital currency. That's just the beginning rather than the end of recent efforts by big governments around the world to turn Bitcoin back into what once 


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  • China's crushing of independent lawyers is a blow to rule of law

    Jun 17, 2017 SHORTLY after he took over as China's leader in 2012, Xi Jinping had some encouraging words—at least, so they seemed to some of China's eternally beleaguered liberals. It was essential, said Mr Xi, "to ensure that all citizens are equal before the law, to respect and guarantee human rights, and to 


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  • 'Coco' Is Crushing Box Office Records (And Conventional Wisdom

    Dec 4, 2017 Pixar's Coco is becoming a monster hit in China. After getting through the censors through sheer force of quality despite the presence of supernatural ghosts and goblins (generally a nono in China), the Pixar toon about a young boy who is trapped in the afterlife with his ancestors and trying to get back to 


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